Brain breaks are important, especially while in distance learning. We may spend a lot of time on our digital devices and I wanted to give my students a graphic reminder to take breaks as they need them.Read More »
I’ve been encouraging my students to think more about their book choices and if they would recommend their reading to their peers.Read More »
NAPLAN returned this year, what a joy! The two main text types covered are narrative writing and persuasive writing and this year, we were blessed with a narrative prompt. We have been working on persuasive texts and this post will share some useful resources I have found to support this unit.Read More »
It is so important to connect with your class, allowing you to get to know your students and for them to get to know you. Like me, you may have new students who missed out on an orientation day due to the challenges of 2021 so their first day at school is so important!
There is nothing like choice when it comes to home learning and my students have really enjoyed choosing their own activities from my newly created spelling activity grid.Read More »
It is so important to connect with your class, no doubt students and teachers will feel a mixed bag of emotions. Here are some fun games to get social interactions going while avoid little to no contact…enjoy!Read More »
Let’s face it, distance learning is going to be hard! Most parents are not teachers themselves and have other commitments too. One thing you can do to support your child is help them to set up a good working space.Read More »